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You Ought to Be Tied Up And Dropped In The Atlantic Ocean, Fani-Kayode Blasts Senator Who Introduced Bill to Ban Generators

The former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has said that the lawmaker representing Niger South, Bima Enagi ought to be tied up and thrown into the darkest part of the Atlantic ocean for sponsoring a

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Enagi had sponsored a bill that seeks to ban the importation of generators in Nigeria during the plenary session.

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Reacting to the proposal via Twitter account, Fani-Kayode, a critic of the Federal Government wrote: “The Senator that sponsored the Bill to ban generators in Nigeria & send those that sell or use them to jail must be insane. He ought to be tied up, placed in a straight jacket, put in a strong sack filled with weights &dropped in the deepest & darkest part of the Atlantic ocean.”

The Senator that sponsored the Bill to ban generators in Nigeria & send those that sell or use them to jail must be insane. He ought to be tied up, placed in a straight jacket, put in a strong sack filled with weights &dropped in the deepest & darkest part of the Atlantic ocean.

— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) March 11, 2020

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The bill in question is titled “a bill for an Act to prohibit/ban the importation of generating sets to curb the menace of environmental (air) pollution and to facilitate the development of the power sector.”

The bill prescribes, at least, ten years imprisonment for any person who knowingly sells generator sets.

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However, the ban does not include generator sets used for essential services which include:

* Medical purposes (hospitals and nursing homes and healthcare facilities).

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* Airports.

* Railway stations/services.

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* Elevators (lifts).

* Escalators.

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* Research Institutions, and

* Facilities that require 24 hours electric power supply.

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“Approval for exclusion shall, however, be obtained from the Minister in charge of Power, who shall brief the Federal Executive Council quarterly on approvals granted.”

According to the bill, all persons in the country would be stopped from using generators which run on diesel/petroI/kerosene of all capacities with immediate effect, in the country.”

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“This bill seeks to ban the importation and use of generating sets (generators) in the country and to curb the menace of environmental pollution which leads to potential health hazards it poses to the whole nation,” part of the document read.

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